Buzz-word

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A Buzz-Word is an interoperable element of the diversity inherent in the English language.

Mission[edit]

To become an enterprise-level, totally synergistic groundbreaking solution provider, leveraging and empowering current customer's infrastructure by proceduralizing its current mechanisms.

Vision[edit]

To better attain these goals it's necessary to be results-driven, in the same channel as the customer. Then it'll be possible to add value while remaining ISO and Web 2.0 compliant.

Values[edit]

The customer is always right. Otherwise, clue him/her.

Below are some facts about Buzz-Words:[edit]

  • The first Buzz-Word was used in 1912 by a Bee.
  • The second Buzz-Word was used in 1913 by a Wasp.
  • The use of Buzz-Words implies an interest in Geography, specifically land formations.
  • The phrase "Buzzing with ma' honey" refers to the 1964 hit "Buzz-Word Boogaloo" by George Orwell.

The Buzz-Word is currently facing extinction due to the illegalization of the English language. Despite this fact, Buzz-words continue to leverage functionality by moving forwards, drilling down and attaining synergistic benefits to level the playing field. When using Buzz-words, it is always helpful to first touch base with a user-driven paradigm to avoid gaining a ballpark figure, which would give you high visibility. Buzz-word users are always mysteriously on the same page, seamlessly integrated, and think outside of the box. Which box this may be is completely unknown, because Buzz-Word users are always too busy actioning projects and constantly at capacity, so they are unable to bring anyone else up to speed. All too often, mission-critical deployments are simplified through new unified development tools, standards-based security, and advanced clustering capabilities, which is always helpful for scalable applications.

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